Comfort Suites at Sabino Canyon
7007 E. Tanque Verde
Tucson, AZ 85715
Phone: (520) 298-2300
Fax: (520) 298-6756
7007 E. Tanque Verde , Tucson, AZ, US, 85715
- Phone: (520) 298-2300
- Fax: (520) 298-6756
Comprehensive medical and surgical services including ambulatory surgery, urgent care, helicopter transport, inpatient and outpatient services, long-established heart program, maternity services, mental health services, hospice. Spacious parking lot adjacent to hospital. Tucson Medical Center (TMC) offers the best of medical facilities in Arizona.
This modern, state-of-the art cultural center features fitness and banquet facilities, lecture rooms, exhibit space, and an auditorium for cultural events. There are several classic clay courts for tennis, soccer, softball, basketball, as well as a weight room and an outdoor pool; and you do not have to belong to one particular denomination to enjoy the fitness and entertainment facilities here. Membership plans are available, free for guests accompanied by a member with guest passes.
Tucson is a vibrant and dynamic city located in Arizona. A large number of museums and art galleries, theaters and concert halls, parks and recreation centers, as well as beautiful topography and scenic vistas, offer the tourists a variety of options to explore and see.
A private non-profit hospital affiliated with the University of Arizona; this place has an emergency room, trauma center, advanced cancer and heart care including open-heart surgery services, organ transplant program, eye care center as well as a panel of pediatrics besides other specialists. The in-house doctors are proficient in their practice and so are the visiting surgeons.
Located in the very grand Tucson Convention Center The TCC Exhibition hall has a seating capacity of up to 6,000 people and is a great space to organize events and exhibitions.
Located inside the Tucson Convention Center and part of the TCC Exhibition Hall. The TCC Exhibition Hall A is quite smaller to the main Exhibition Hall but is a nice venue to host an exhibition or even a fuction. It has a small theatre and classroom like seating. The TCC Exhibition Hall A covers an area of 30,000 square feet making it quite big and a lovely place to host an event.
This center is a favorite venue for Arizona's basketball fans. It is home to the Arizona Wildcats team, and has a seating capacity of 14,500 spectators. The food stalls serve hot dogs, popcorn, soft drinks, candy, nachos, but no alcoholic beverages. The entire arena is a no smoking zone and cameras are not allowed for some major events. You can book your tickets from the venue or online through the Ticketmaster website.
West Stadium also known as Arizona Stadium is the perfect embodiment of Arizona football and it has been in continuous use, with additions and expansions from its original 7,000 seats up to today, where it now seats 56,000. Its growth is a tribute to the popularity of the Wildcats, a perennial contender. Located at the University of Arizona, this spacious sports facility hosts all the exciting athletic events throughout the year.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
The Donna R. Liggins Recreation Center is named in honor of the Tucson resident’s over four decades-long stint at the city’s Parks and Recreation department. This venue plays host to an array of cultural and community events throughout the year. From fun days and game clubs, to fitness programs and fundraisers, their schedule offers something for all ages. Sports enthusiasts can avail of their excellent sporting facilities.
The 1600 capacity Tucson Convention Center Ballroom follows the high architectural standards set by fellow Convention Center event places such as the TCC Arena and TCC Music Hall. The Ballroom is located beyond the lobby adjacent to the galleria. Unlike the Arena and Music Hall, which host roof-raising wrestling shows and music concerts, the Ballroom provides space for events which promise a touch of class. The center provides facilities for organizing other events to be hosted at the ballroom as well. Accessible seating and parking facilities are available. Every February, the ballroom hosts a number of seminars and lectures in conjunction with the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
This is Tucson's main venue for the performing arts, home of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and the Arizona Opera, as well as the locale for pop music concerts, sports events and major trade conventions. A typical result of 1970s style urban renewal, it is only mildly interesting (stylistically) compared to the old adobe buildings that were bulldozed to make room for what now stands. However, some abstract sculptures and fountains outside the complex provide food for the art lover's imagination. There are three performance venues - Tucson Arena, Tucson Music Hall, and the Leo Rich Theater, as well as a number of Ballrooms. Every February the Center hosts the preeminent Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.